Catalogue description Chirograph indented, being a release by Bonevie son of Samuel Muton to Alexander de...

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Details of E 40/13423
Reference: E 40/13423

Chirograph indented, being a release by Bonevie son of Samuel Muton to Alexander de Dorsete of his right in a house in the market of Westchep, which house was of Abraham son of Rabi (Abrahe fil' Raby), his grandfather, which Geoffrey son of Peter, earl of Essex had, and which Gilbert de Waleton held by the gift of Geoffrey de Maundevill, son and heir of the same Geoffrey son of Peter, earl of Essex; for this Alexander gave him 20 marks. Witnesses: Serlo, the mercer, then mayor of London, Richard Reng', Joceus Young (Juvene), then sheriffs of London, William son of Benedict, then aldeiman of that ward, Constantine son of Alulf, William Wite, Turebert Lorimer, Andrew the saddler (sellario), Ernulf the saddler, William de St. Ivo (Sancto Ivone), William Fuster, Richard Gurnard, Richard the Serjeant (servient). Jews witnesses, who are underwritten, viz. Benedict bishop of the Jews (episcopo Judeorum), Joceus the priest (presbitero), Manser the clerk, Benedict Crespin, James his brother, Alexander son of Leo Blund. Three lines of Hebrew at foot. London. Endorsed: Star de seuda que fuit Alexandri de Dorset in foro. In Westchepe.

Note: Three lines of Hebrew
Date: [1234-1250]
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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